You could try using the DSPLOG information, if you only select for message Id CPF1124, it will show you when every job starts.
Hope this helps.
Thanks, Martin. For lack of anything more user friendly, I’ve created a CL Program that is going to run nightly. It does a Display User Profile to an Outfile. I am then accumulating the records where the Previous Sign On Date is equal to Today’s Date. This will allow me to create a daily log as well as report when Users have signed on Historically.
Does anyone have any other options ?
The system audit journal is the only reliable source. The journal will log T/JS entries for each Job Start that occurs (assuming that you have appropriate auditing enabled on your system.) Jobs with names matching device names will be for jobs starting from those devices (unless someone submits a batch job with one of those names, but other attributes such as ‘B’atch or ‘I’nteractive are available.)
The user profile Previous Sign On Date only logs telnet interactive signons. It does not log ftp, ODBC nor others. But the audit journal will log those under appropriate entry codes. E.g., a T/PS entry will be logged when a FTP job does a profile switch to the profile making the request.
An “Access Log” should log “accesses”. You’ll need to learn how to determine all the kinds of accesses allowed by your system.